Differential Reinforcement Interventions for Reducing Problem Behaviors

When faced with problem behaviors from clients, you likely want to reduce those behaviors using positive interventions as opposed to punishment. This training shows you how to use rewards to teach and improve appropriate behaviors while also reducing problem behaviors. For instance, rewarding a child for saying, "Excuse me," while not rewarding the child for hitting will help the child learn appropriate ways to get attention.

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$39

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Paraprofessionals

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1 Video
1 Handout
1 Practice Quiz
1 Printable Certificate

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Differential Reinforcement Interventions for Reducing Problem Behaviors

Explore additional examples on how to reduce problem behaviors by teaching students appropriate behaviors while not rewarding their problem behaviors.